Thank you for building our nation with us.
training for migrant worker engagement
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc worldwide. In Singapore, we want to do all we can to protect our migrant brothers. Here, you will find training resources to help empower and engage our migrant brothers.
Risk Communication & Community Engagement (RCCE) is one of the 4 core pillars of an outbreak response. We can do this together!
Loudhailer sound bites
for swab/serology testing
Use these Loudhailer soundbites to explain why swab/serology testing is necessary.
Published June 15, 2020
why we are re-testing: explaining & preventing the resurgence of covid-19 in dorms
Published July 20, 2020
interested in face to face engagements with our migrant workers?
Here are some training videos for you to carry them out!
resources for face to face engagements with migrant workers
Here are some health resources that you can use to engage with migrant workers
Distribute these health ambassador badges to empower migrant workers to be health ambassadors in their own communities! (Available in 8 languages)
Engage migrant workers with these health posters and let them put these up in their dorms.
(Available in 4 languages)
Our heartfelt thanks goes to the countless volunteers
who gave their love and time for this endeavour.
Illustrations and curation
With contributions by
Special thanks to
Dr Tam Wai Jia
Goh Eck Kheng
Dr Lois Hong
Dr Teoh Hock Luen
Dr June Koh
Woodlands Health Campus (Community Isolation Facility@EXPO)
Project Call to Love (CLOVE), NUHS
A/Prof Malcolm Mahadevan
Prof Dale Fisher
Prof Aymeric Lim
Prof Chong Yap Seng
Arwa Anis Hussain
Aishwarya Nishikant Kunte
Dr Rama Padma
Dadi Santosh Amoghraj
Dr Daniel John
Aswini Tara Akunuri
Sai Tejaswi Gudideni
Nistala Usha Gayatri
Grace Tan Soo Woon
Tan Wei Xuan
S Valliammai Meena
Vignes Muthu Kumaran
Noor Mohamed Noorul Naseema
Vinoshini D/O Selvathurai
Ranganathan Senguttuvan Krithika